New guide helps Australian companies working in conflict zones
A new practical guide from Australian Red Cross and RMIT University is helping businesses operating in war zones meet their legal obligations.
Preparing for business recovery post-pandemic
As business looks to a post COVID-19 recovery, new technologies and workforce skills will be critical to driving productivity and ensuring resilience and competitiveness.
Flexible business: How yoga studios are adapting to life online
Ahead of International Yoga Day on 21 June, new research shows how COVID-19 restrictions have forced the yoga industry to embrace technology, changing the way it does business.
RMIT recognised as one of Australia’s most innovative universities
A new rankings survey by The Educator Higher Education calls out Australia’s most forward-thinking universities, with RMIT Activator recognised for its work in innovation, entrepreneurial thinking, and experiential learning for the University.
Footy is back, but what will it look like for die-hard fans during a global pandemic?
As AFL fans across the country get excited for the return of footy on Thursday night, there is still an air of nervous anticipation as to what lies ahead. How do we enjoy our national sport in a time of COVID-19?
How COVID-19 is affecting us differently
With the focus on a COVID-19 vaccination and economic recovery, experts reveal how the virus is impacting society in vastly different ways across age and gender.
Removing barriers to Aboriginal employment
RMIT researchers have partnered with Aboriginal organisations on a new project to tackle barriers to employment for Aboriginal people.
Supporting online learning through TEQSA partnership
RMIT has partnered with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) to deliver a six part online series designed to support education providers in the transition to online learning.
Could care sector play key role in rebuilding the economy? RMIT experts share insights on post pandemic recovery
As the focus shifts from health to the re-opening of society and the economy, RMIT experts chart a path forward across business, jobs, the property market and sport.
Trust & collaboration in a digital world
How do we build and enhance trust in remote working and virtual environments? It’s a question Microsoft Australia Chief Technology Officer Lee Hickin asks himself every day.
Transparency key to uptake of coronavirus tracing app
Australians are being asked to trade their privacy to help protect us all in an unprecedented health crisis, but transparency will be crucial to adoption rates of the new COVIDSafe app RMIT experts say.
Workforce innovation in times of uncertainty
The future of work is upon us and nothing has made that more apparent than the changes society has faced in the past few weeks.